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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Much of the Dakotas could be in for the hottest day so far this year, with temperatures in some areas soaring into the triple digits. National Weather Service forecasts show that temperatures could reach 105 degrees or...
CatchItKanas.comConway Springs graduated key players after their 3A championship win in 2011, but the Cardinals are looking to defend their title with strong production from their returners. Coach: Matt Biehler (three years as head coach with a record of 36-3 at Conway...
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Douglass football finished their 2010 season with one win, but improved in 2011 as they finished with five. Last season’s roster held a lot of underclassmen, and with post-season experience under their belt, the Bulldogs may be a force to be...
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ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN ALMA, WIS., AND MINNEISKA, MINN. — They say anyone can drive a houseboat on the mighty Mississippi, and they're mostly right. But when you gather a handful of the people dearest to your heart and rent a houseboat...
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Park L. Nicklow, 88, of Addison, died June 20, 2012 in Uniontown Hospital. He was born March 17, 1924 in Addison, a son of Lester and Effie (Holliday) Nicklow. His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife, June (Wilhelm) Nicklow, sister,...
The parents of a motorist killed after a tree fell on her car have sued the cities of Newport Beach and Costa Mesa, and the tree maintenance contractor. Haeyoon Miller's mother and father filed separate lawsuits within the past week alleging that the two...
RIO DE JANEIRO — "Should I use violence to restrain you if you want to buy too much?" my Italian roommate asked, seeing my enthusiasm for shopping manifest itself at a Brazilian kitchenware and china shop in Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana neighborhood....
Lubbock Christian has been accepted for candidacy to move its 11 varsity athletic programs from NAIA to the NCAA Division II level. The school said Friday that it will remain in the Sooner Athletic Conference for the upcoming academic year, followed...
San Gabriel Valley roundup: South Pasadena Arts Crawl, Cobb Estate restoration won't block residents, and Alhambra teachers retire earlyGood morning, readers. Today is Saturday, July 14, 2012. One of two South Pasadena massage parlors accused of engaging in unorthodox behavior will soon find out if they get to keep their business license. A hearing date has been set for King Spa Massage,...
L.A. NOWA wildfire in Placer County has destroyed one home and injured nine firefighters and is threatening 170 more homes, officials said. The Robbers fire has been burning since Wednesday northwest of Foresthill and has consumed 1,950 acres, fire officials...
After snoozing nearly five hours in a Glendale tree, the bear known to his social media fans as “Glen Bearian” and “Meatball” has been tranquilized by California Department of Fish and Game officers, officials said. Shortly before...
L.A. NOWThe so-called Robbers fire in Northern California has burned 2,250 acres and continues to threaten homes, officials said....
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